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posted in July 2010

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RFID privacy concerns are overblown
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7/29/2010   7 comments
Wal-Mart last week kicked its on-again, off-again RFID tagging program into higher gear. We're still standing.
Microchip unveils MCP6401/2/4/ op-amps
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7/27/2010   Post a comment
Eyeing power demands in consumer, industrial, automotive and medical applications, Microchip's new MCP6401/2/4/ operational amplifiers (op amps) offer lower power consumption and smaller packages.
Microchip development board for dsPIC33F and PIC24H
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7/23/2010   Post a comment
Microchip has released a new development board with integrated debugger for its 16-bit PIC24H microcontrollers and dsPIC33F Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs).
Power Integrations rolls two new power supply reference designs
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7/21/2010   1 comment
Power Integrations released two new standby power supply reference designs for its TOPSwitch-JX IC product family, the DER-246 and DER-247.


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